Chappy Newsboy Cap

from Oodles 4 Noodles

Chappy Newsboy Cap Pattern


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Crocheting: Chappy Newsboy Cap
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Read a pattern
  • Work in the round
  • Know these stitches, hdc, dc, sc, sc2tog, sl st, ch
  • Know how to work in back loop & front loop

Pattern Description:

Vintage inspired newsboy cap. This uniquely textured newsboy hat is perfect for a boy or girl! Simple stitches combine to achieve this original pattern. Hat pattern comes with strap & button flower patterns and Links to 2 Video tutorials.

Includes PATTERN for the 4 sizes:
0-6 months
6-12 months
12- 36 Months

Worsted weight yarn
5.5 mm crochet hook or size to obtain gauge
yarn needle
stitch marker
beads or buttons for flower center - optional
3/4" to 1" button - optional

Skill Level:
Beginner - Please contact me if you have ANY questions!

Due to the nature of this product there are NO REFUNDS ON PATTERNS.

You do not have permission to recopy, rewrite, redistribute or resell this pattern in any form, whole or in part.

If you sell items online, I only ask that you link back to my blog at

Thanks to for the sweet shot of the little boy in the brown Chappy Newsboy!


1 square inch = 4 hdc across by 3 hdc high

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Newborn - 36 months


  • Worsted Weight Yarn - one skien or less
  • 4.25 & 5.5 mm crochet hooks
  • stitch marker
  • yarn needle
  • beads or buttons (optional)

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)

ContraryCanary on

Good Chappy Newsboy  January 13, 2013

I did the 0-6 month size as indicated, although it fit a 2 year old. I will have to adjust to make this smaller, but the stitch style is adorable.

About Designer

About Designer

Lasmama on

I am a homeschooling mom of one who has been known to crochet while giving spelling tests! I first learned to crochet and knit from my grandmother. It seemed to me that her hands were always busy with something! As I got older and began college and working full-time, crafting fell by the wayside for me. That is until one day when I was facing a 7 day car trip. I knew audiobooks and itunes ...

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